Partial Recall for the week July 3rd 

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Photo by Joern Rohde, courtesy of the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation.
Diners enjoy the dinner laid on in the Peak 2 Peak Gondola in Sky High — A Dinner with Altitude on Saturday, June 28. The evening was hosted by the Bearfoot Bistro and raised funds for the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation
Photo by Cathryn Atkinson
Sixteen young members of the Squamish Nation slice through Howe Sound in traditional dugout canoes at the Stawamus Reserve, south of Squamish, on Thursday, June 26. They are on their way to a gathering of indigenous youth at Bella Bella, 650km to the north. Around 100 canoes from B.C. and Washington State will make the three-week journey
Photo by Kevin McHugh, courtesy of Momentum.
Olympic silver medallist Mikael Kingsbury and Phil Marquis from Momentum Ski Camps with a group of young campers taking part in glacier skiing at the top of Blackcomb on Sunday, June 29
Photo by Joern Rodhe, courtesy of the Whistler Chamber of Commerce.
Entrepreneur and community volunteer extraordinaire Sue Adams is named Citizen of the Year by the Whistler Chamber of Commerce at its annual awards dinner on Thursday, June 26.
Photo by David Buzzard/www.davidbuzzard.com.
Issac Martin Del Campo of Rodney’s Oyster House in Yaletown scooped out many oysters and scooped up the $5,000 fi rst prize at the Bearfoot Bistro World Oyster Invitational battle at the Whistler Golf Club on Sunday, June 29.
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Photo by Joern Rohde, courtesy of the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation.
Diners enjoy the dinner laid on in the Peak 2 Peak Gondola in Sky High — A Dinner with Altitude on Saturday, June 28. The evening was hosted by the Bearfoot Bistro and raised funds for the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation